hair dryer fan

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Gerardo Cafferata
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hair dryer fan

Post by Gerardo Cafferata »

Hellou i have a design simple of small fan.
upload the archive feel free to use them.
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Nice.
This reminds me about trying to repair a hair dryer (from Brown) years ago. But I was not successful because one of the blades/paddles was broken and I did not know how to fix it.
Do you want to print the part, and how? Temperatures are high inside the dryer, right?!
Please let us know if you were successful!
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HoWil wrote: Tue Jun 21, 2022 5:51 am Temperatures are high inside the dryer, right?!
I don't use hairdryers, but as far as I know, is the fan on the cool side blowing the air through the heating coils and not sucking it. The rpm could be a problem though.
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Gerardo Cafferata wrote: Mon Jun 20, 2022 10:17 pm upload the archive feel free to use them.
It seems that the file you attached is different than what you show in the screenshot. Could I ask you to share the file with the turbine model shown in the screenshot ? I would like to carry out some simulations in FEM module :-)
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Re: hair dryer fan

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Shown the fan armed. But in the archive are ready for printing. Then fix the partes with some glue.however could another archive for you?
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Re: hair dryer fan

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I don't use hairdryers, but as far as I know, is the fan on the cool side blowing the air through the heating coils and sucking it. The rpm could be a problem though.
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Howil : no print yet . l think no problem with temperature because is in the cold side. The original fan is plastic, too.
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Gerardo Cafferata wrote: Wed Jun 22, 2022 2:50 pm Shown the fan armed. But in the archive are ready for printing. Then fix the partes with some glue.however could another archive for you?
I see. It would be really nice if you could share the assembled model as well. I'm not sure how you put the parts together.
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Re: hair dryer fan

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NewJoker wrote: Wed Jun 22, 2022 7:15 pm
Gerardo Cafferata wrote: Wed Jun 22, 2022 2:50 pm Shown the fan armed. But in the archive are ready for printing. Then fix the partes with some glue.however could another archive for you?
I see. It would be really nice if you could share the assembled model as well. I'm not sure how you put the parts together.
ok share another archive .
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Re: hair dryer fan

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Hello! I have a print the model, but only blades are ok. Rest useless.
Redesign turbine upload here new. Also images.
I run a test with a dryer motor, all ok , was remained strong.
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Re: hair dryer fan

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Your model seems too complex.
Do you know Draft_PolarArray ?
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